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UDDigiKyokasho Pro FONT Download

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UD Digital Kyokasho is a universal design typeface for ICT-based educational materials, such as digital textbooks. It is designed to emulate handwriting with a pencil or felt pen, focusing on hand movement. While keeping the direction of the axis and the shape of dots and the harai (sweep) ending, its strokes have less contrast, conscious of the people with low vision and dyslexia. The structure is more close to the penmanship style for textbooks instead of the conventional educational letterforms based on the national guidelines.

Morisawa Inc. is Japan’s leading font foundry that has never wavered from its commitment to undertaking research and development in typography since its establishment in 1924 – the year it invented the first Japanese phototypesetting machine. The company provides font licenses for over 1,500 typefaces of Japanese and multi-script, web font services, embedded fonts, and multilingual e-magazine/book solution services. Their library includes typefaces from TypeBank and its group company Jiyukobo.

Supported languages: German, Spanish, Dutch, English, Polish, Russian, French, Czech, Swedish, Portuguese, Catalan, Italian, Slovenian, Maltese, Arabic, Devanagari, Greek, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Hebrew, Chinese (hk), Japanese, Korean, Tamil, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Turkish, Hungarian, Vietnamese, Bengali, Kannada, Cherokee, Thai, Armenian, Belarusian, Danish, Macedonian, Ukrainian, Norwegian, Serbian, Telugu, Malayalam, IPA, Latvian, Chinese Pinyin, Finnish, Filipino, Malay, Croatian, Kazakh, Romanian, Persian, Indonesian, Slovak, Hindi

File Size: 17.9 MB

Release date: September 10, 2021

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